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2008. his 29-year career in the fbi included 11 years as a member of the u.s. government senior executive service. he directed the office of international operations which included officers at fbi headquarter in washington, d.c., and 76 legal offices in us embassy and consulate worldwide. he served as a member of the executive committee of inter poll. >> thank you. i would like to -- i guess amplify what spike talked about in term of organized crime and basically the evolution of the u.s. efforts to combat it. both domestically here and working throughout the world with other organizations to try to stop it. much has been made over the years that organized crime and terrorist groups were going to form a partnership that would be devastating to the united states, developed countries, and developing countries. what we have seen over the years it's not exactly worked out that for several reasons. in the areas where they cooperated a great deal they have expertise in explosive i have, creating fax travel documents, accessing the global financial networking, committing violence -- wh
addition of "smithsonian" magazine. "when the fbi spent decades hunting for a soviet spy on its staff." when did this happen, how did it come about? guest: it is the first mulholland. -- mole hunt. i broke that story. it was very secret. the fbi still will not talk about it. in 1962, a kgb agent in new york city walked into the fbi building in manhattan and volunteered his services. he said he was discontent and his talents were not being recognized. a familiar story. the fbi people said were to taking a big chance to walk into our building because you might have been seen? no doubt some of your people are looking into our building. he said, no, i am not worried about it. our people are meeting with your guy, dick. oh. that was telling the fbi that the russians had a mole inside the fbi and the russians called him dick. the fbi launched a mole hunt to try to find dick. because they did not know his real name, they called him an sub -- unsub, which stands for unknown subject. it turned the fbi upside down for a couple of decades. they are looking for this guy. host: the year that it al
. >> bob, it was 1975. i was sitting by an agent of the f.b.i. that i had come to know over time. we were talking about the warren commission and whether there had been any new information that was discovered. he told me that oswald had come to the dallas office of the f.b.i., had left a threatening note several days before the assassination, and that that note had been flushed-- that is to say, had been destroyed. >> schieffer: how did that come about? how did you-- what did you find out about how the note came to be destroyed? and do you know what was on the note? >> i did not know precisely what was on the note. the work that diwith a great deal of cooperation, incidentally, from then-f.b.i. director clarence kelly showed the note had been been a threatening note, threatening to ploa up the dallas office of the f.b.i., the building, if the agents did not cease trying toirnt view oswald's wife, marina. >> schieffer: we know, of course, they had been in contact with both marina and lee harvey oswald because he had defected to the soviet union, and she was, of course, a russian national.
politicians in southern california is accused of accepting $60,000 in bribes. according to an fbi affidavit obtained by al al-jazeera in exchange for a job for his daughter at a phoney movie studio. now that studio was being operated by another undercover fbi agent. the fbi was investigating for bribery, extortion, conspiracy, and fraud. so far, no charges have been filed. >>> as we first reported last friday, a top secret project is underway on treasure island. we know google is involved. but as allen martin discovered, the more you ask about this project, the deeper the mystery surrounding it grows. >> it's telling us what you might know. >> with every knock on the door, every phone call and e- mail, the no comments are stacking up the more we ask about google's barge and four- story building. google isn't commenting. the mayor says he knows nothing about it. san francisco supervisor who represents treasure island had a spokesperson tell us she has no comment, but might say something in a week. then there's the u.s. coast guard. late today, it issued a slightly longer statement than th
that there was something to justify lethal force? >> there's a fabricated fbi report that came out the very next day before they realized there was a video, that claimed the border patrol agent was surrounded and being pelted by rocks and in fear for his life. >> hilliard read this fbi statement to bobbie during her sworn testimony. this was her response: >> that was not true. there was no one surrounding him throwing rocks. >> what happened next points to a problem unique to killings that cross international lines. sergio's family tried to sue the agent who shot their son. but the federal judge in el paso dismissed the case. though the bullet traveled from the us, it landed in mexico. the united states constitution and any accountability did not travel with it. >> you have a child whose family cannot seek redress within the civil justice system for that conduct and it occurred only because of the vacuum which is our border. it's like walking out into the wild wild west and you're standing there at high noon and whatever you do is not reviewed anymore. on august 20th, al jazeera america introduced >>cross-
armed guard and heavy see dangerous at -- and heavy sedation. >> this morning, we are in front of what f.b.i. agents are calling paul ciancia's last known address in sun valley area which is out of the of los angeles. they say he lived here after spending the majority his life in new jersey. here is a look at man, paul ciancia, just 23-year-old, an unemployed motorcycle technician. on friday, according to the f.b.i., he was shot four times by airport police, arrested and hospitalized. authorities say he was dropped off at lax and began hunting t.s.a. agents to kill. he succeeded. the shooting spree caused 1,500 flight flight to be delayed and cancels with thousands forced to evacuate the airport. we spoke to a neighbor near his apartment who said his wife was home when the f.b.i. stormed his hope the. >> they remain forked in here and starting headed back here. she didn't know what to think. it seemed like this were 50 of them. >> they got here right after the shooting 'til about 1:00 o'clock in the morning. >> ciancia is accused of murdering 39-year-old t.s.a. agent hernandez and injuring t
president obama during a ceremony formally installing his new fbi director. he took over for a stepping down director. president obama describes him as someone who knows what is right and what is wrong. he served as a deputy attorney general during the george w. bush administration. he says the fbi must be independent of any outside political forces or interests. >> the fbi's reputation for integrity is a gift. given to every new employee by those who went before. but it is a gift that must be protected and earned every single day. >> during his time in the attorney general's office, he blocked senior bush administration officials from getting a controversial wire tapping program re-authorized. >>> the u.n. special envoy to syria is back in damascus on its latest raft of shuttle did moment see, trying to bring together outside in the conflict for peace talks in geneva rob matheson has the story. >> reporter: once more he faces what many would call a near impossible task. a return to damascus try to muster any enthusiasm for finding a way out of syria's crisis. it's not just a matter of getti
declined to comment >>> new details revealed tonight in an undercover fbi sting targeting one of the most powerful politicians in southern california. cbs reporter dave brian with the twists and turns of this bizarre case. >> reporter: back in june, fbi agents raided the state capital offices of state senator ron calderon. now al-jazeera tv reports according to an affidavit submitted by the fbi calderon was being investigated for bribery extortion, conspiracy and fraud. the documents outline how calderon was caught up in an fbi sting in which investigators set up a phony movie studio and paid calderon and members of his family more than $60,000 in bribes to draw up and promote legislation that could have resulted in lucrative tax credits for the phony studio. capital roan's daughter, for example, according to the -- calderon's daughter for example according to the documents produced was given a job at the studio paid $30,000 according to affidavit but never showed up for work. when a correspondent confronted calderon about the allegations, this is how it went. >> the fbi alleges that you
. we issue has court order to them through the f.b.i. it's not millions, it's thousands of those that are done and it's almost all against terrorism. >> an italian magazine is also reporting this morning the n.s.a. intercepted millions of calls in and out of the vatican and the calls of the pope and his predecessor may have been monitored. the n.s.a. denies those allegations. >> the talking points you told us about, isn't this a form of public relations. >> it's not uncommon for a government agency to put out talking points for their staff to talk about. in this case, the n.s.a. is speaking with one voice, and these particular talking points moved the focus toward security issues, focusing on keeping americans safe and that in turn deflects the discussion of privacy issues. >> erika, thanks. >> russia is dealing with a spying scandal of its own. multiple reports say russia is accused of using poisoned flash drives to spy on g-20 attendees last month. phone recharging cables and the drives were given to attendees. they were used to tap cell phones and email communications. a russi
. there is surveillance video of the internet - although it has not been released publicly. the fbi made a call for general video that people may have made inside the terminal. in the meantime paul ciancia faces charges that could bring him the death penalty. >> the suspect paul ciancia is unresponsive and unable to talk according to the federal bureau of investigation. he was wounded in the face by police officers at the end of the gun battle inside lax terminal 3. a note inside paul ciancia bag gave insight into his frame of mind. >> he made a conscious decision to call multiple t.s.a. employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter and stated he want to "instill fear into their traitorous minds." >> the federal bureau of investigation says paul ciancia shot t.s.a. agent gerardo i. hernandez at the screening checkpoint. went up the elevator, came down and shot him again. his widow spoke to reporters. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, brother, son and friend. he would have been 40 next week. i am truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and we'll miss him dearly. >> the federal cr
and try to find out. it's very emotional for the whole family. >> reporter: the fbi said ciancia had no previous record, and it's not clear why he targeted tsa officers. but authorities say he was ready to die in the attack. erica er ferrari, al jazeera. >> authorities say that he illegally bought his memories l.a. >>> in the deadly mall attack in kenya, four suspects accused of entering the country illegally. they werillegally. the al-qaeda-linked group al-shabaagroupal-shabab claiming responsibility for the attack. >>> reporters were interviewing a leader of the rebel group in mali, that's when they were abducted. >>> former republican presidential candidate saying he's unhappy with how the president is comparing the roll out of the government plan with a similar law that he signed into law as governor of massachusetts. >> in massachusetts we phased in the requirements so that there was a slow roll out. that way you could test the systems as you went along to make sure there wasn't glitches. and the most important lesson that i think the president failed to learn you have to tell t
probably lee harvey oswald did, that is on the way the questions began. tens out about the cia and fbi had him under surveillance at a time that he was in touch with a lot of people who wanted john f. kennedy dead. the questions about what those people may have told him and encouraged him to do have never been answered. lou: and why has it been so difficult to get this story out? you refer to the mountain of material that is their the lightly, likely will never be completely killed and understood perhaps over the expense of the hounds of history, maybe. why has there been such a grip on much of that material? >> for many years i think the fbi and cia just did not want anybody to get to the bottom of what they had really known about oswald because at the end of the day in new a lot about oslo before the assassination, including that he was having very unusual meetings in mexico city with people who may have wanted to see president kennedy did . it would reveal how much they had known. lou: the conclusion of the book. as you go about this great story to my have the feeling you will be writin
down here rallying for 3 two weeks for nothing. >> reporter: michael moore called in the fbi to assist his office in the investigation and to get answers to several basic questions in the teen's january death. >> first, what was the cause of mr. johnson's death? second, was mr. johnson's death the result of a crime? third, if mr. johnson's death was the result of a crime, who committed that crime? >> reporter: kendrick's parents never believed the local sheriffs explanation kendrick suffocated after squeezing his 19-inch shoulders into the 14-inch opening of a gym mat to reach his shoe in the middle of a school day. they spoke with wolf blitzer moments after the announcement. >> i believe indeed that he was murdered. >> do you have any idea who may have murdered him? >> no, i don't. that's what we want to get down to the truth. >> the only question we want to know is why are they covering up for who killed their son. >> reporter: it made the johnsons suspicious, including why these shoes found yards from kendrick's body were not collected as evidence and how this bloodstain ended up on
. the man accused in the shooting in the la airport told police he acted alone. as the f.b.i. looks for a motive details remerging of the suspect and described those who know him as a loaner and we report. >> a photographer snapped this picture of terrified passengers hiding in a stall at la international airport while a gunman opened fire. the suspected shooter, 23-year-old paul ciancia targeted workers at the arport and the first victim hernandez shot repeatedly at point blank range. >> he killed multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: and he shot tsa officer james spear and tony grigsby recovering and the fourth was hit in the leg. moments before the attack police say ciancia's friend dropped him off at the airport unaware of his plan and a complaint filed in federal court said he had a duffel bag with a rifle and at least five magazines full of ammo and a letter addressing tsa directly and former classmates are stunned remembering him as a loaner. >> he was shy and kept to himself and walking around by himself, didn't really talk to anybody at all. >> i'm absolutely shocked. >> re
of the investigation. the fbi says no. and the fbi asked her a question, she lies. what's the ultimate outcome? she goes to jail and the fbi agency is on the job. how is it that the president can blatantly lie to us, but if the citizen lies, the citizen goes to jail. stuart: i can't explain why, but i think the end point may be that the president loses his political credibility and that the establishment media turns against him. >> and they have begun to do so. if you look at "the washington post" in the past two days, they are aggressively pursuing this. stuart: this story of 10 million people from nbc, the cheerleaders of obama. >> the use of the word "period" implies what i told you is absolutely certain, take it to the bank. stuart: real fast, i've got to talk about the virginia gubernatorial he ooh-- election. the democrat has 40% and the republican has 35% and a libertarian has 10%. >> yes e i blame you for the mccollough victory because the libertarians are splitting the vote on the right and allowing a collectivist to walk in the doctor. >> and he is a collectivist and in my opinion corrupt
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. the fbi says ciancia is currently in the hospital and is unresponsive. >>james: another airport scare this one in alabama just two days after the deadly shooting at lax. now calling into question is airport security. details coming up. and it was a trip back in time for many as they celebrate their anniversary. we spoke with officials who hope this popular event will turn into an annual event. and it seems as a liquor edward snowden is missing home. with the details in his latest appeal to u.s. officials. >>anny: welcome back. a scare at birmingham alabama's international airport just two days after the deadly shooting at lax is calling into question airport's security. how safe are you at an airport? do americans deck there's a get the nation's airports for granted? cnn's a shelby lynne explains why they shouldn't. >>: sunday afternoon off authorities evacuated the airport over a bomb threat. police say someone found a note containing a spread prompted the evacuation. it cost for cancellation of a dozen flights. birmingham police sergeant says a search at the airport turned up nothin
quickly. they said we have a bomb threat and we got off quickly. >> the fbi told us to be a quarter mile away. >> the bomb squad checked the plane, the passengers and bags were rescreened and the flight went on to texas. >>> a santa rosa teenager shot to death by a sheriff's deputy, the family is filing a lawsuit. the lawyer representing the family of andy lopez says the suit will be filed in san francisco today. lopez was killed 10 days ago as he walked in southwest santa rosa. he was carrying a plastic pellet gun that closely resembled an ak-47. >>> the parents of a stillborn baby suing a daly city hospital now for losing the child's body. julio and rina arriaza say seton medical center lost the remains back in october of last year. worker at a santa cruz laundry facility found the baby's body on a conveyor belt heading towards an industrial size the washing machine. >> we can't comment beyond acknowledging the fact that this is pending litigation. but our hearts certainly go out to this family and everyone here is praying for their comfort and consolation. >> the laundry facility wash
of the john f. kennedy assassination." looking through this book it has alleged coverup, the fbi, as well as the commission that investigated kennedy's assassination. overall, what shocked you the most in your research? >> i think a big theme in my book is how much basic evidence of oswald was destroyed and it was destroyed within hours of the president's death. you know, the night after the president died the navy pathologist who carried out the auchs was pushing the original autopsy report and all of his notes from the morgue into his home fireplace and that's just the start. >> okay. why would that be done? well, he said when he got home if night after the autopsy, the night after the assassination, he noticed that all of his notes and the original autopsy report were sustained with the president's blood and he didn't want those documents turned into only grizzly souvenir in a museum some day. he thought he'd destroy them. when the warren commission found out about that, they thought it would give to conspiracy theories. >> zubruder, how critical was that to the investigation? >> it wa
the fbi wants to look into his background. they want to see precisely what the motivation was. i was speaking to a police officer yesterday. the police often certain was telling me, look, he might have had a run-in at some point at a checkpoint with the tsa at an airport, we don't know. there was also speculation from the officer that perhaps he'd actually applied for a job that he didn't get with the tsa and possibly that he tried signing up for the precheck, which is early security screening, and might have been turned down for that. that was speculation very much at the time. the fbi is searching his apartment today. it is unclear at this time if anything they found at all. but local officials saying that this actually could have been an awful lot worse and the tsa was so swift to react when the gunman actually entered the airport. take a listen. >> we bore witness to heroism at this airport. when shots rang out, members of the police department ran towards that gunfire, without regard to their own safety or well being. they tracked down the suspect, apprehended and arrested h
. dio la bienvenida a la investigacion federal que se ha anunciado por parte del fbi. ivan trejo/abogado familia de la victima 9:07 es algo inusual, este yo creo que si es importante es otra investigacion independiente 9:13 el consulado de mexico en san francisco tambien ha estado asistiendo a los padres de andy, que son de sonora, mexico. adriana gonzalez/consul de proteccion de mexico en sf 17:34 yo creo que ningun padre se merece recibir una noticia de este tipo y despertarse con la noticia de que su hijo fue muerto por disparos por traer un rifle de juguete 17:47 agregaron que estan atentos no solo a la investigacion pero ademas,....y a las responsabilidades que se establezcan, pero ademas. 19:01 para nosotros es muy delicado saber sobre todo, el impacto que tiene en la comunidad mexicana en santa rosa 19:09 por eso estaran atentos a las responsabilid ades que se establezcan. nos preocupa tambien la relacion que haya de la comunidad con las autoridades o sea debe haber una confianza en las autoridades y esperamos que esto no afecte 19:22 5:49 despues de la investigacion vamos
indicating it was a crime, he'll ask the fbi to conduct an investigation. vinita nair, cbs news. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch," food stamp cutting starts today, and airline lines allowing devices onboard flights. wendy gillette is at the new york stock exchange. good morning, wendy. >> good morning, anne-marie. asian markets were mixed despite the fact that factories grew during 18 months. tokyo's nikkei lost nearly 1%. hong kong's hang seng added a quarter percent. >>> after posting big gains for october, wall street stocks ended the month slightly slower. the dow jones industrial average lost 73 points on thursday. the nasdaq was off 10 points. >>> starting today, the more than 47 million americans who receive food stamps will have to get by with less help from the federal government. a temporary benefit from the 2009 economic stimulus that increased funding will no longer be available. that means a family of four will receive about $36 less per month. food stamp funding is tied to the wide-ranging farm bill being negotiated in congress. >>> the federal government will be more a
sobre el uso de fuerza letal. vo-blanca ---precisamente esta maÑana el "fbi" anuncio que reducira el personal dedicado a investigar la muerte de andy lopez. ---segun el diario "santa rosa press democrat", la agencia federal no realizara una investigacion independiente y completa... y solo se limitara a ofrecer apoyo a la policia local. vo ---y precisamente ese mismo diario informa que el agente que le disparo a lopez ha estado emocionalmente alterado desde el incidente. ---la abogada del policia asegura que la muerte del menor le ha impactado y que le preocupa el efecto que esto tendra en la familia de andy. vo ---pero ahora, surgio un conductor del condado de sonoma quien cuestiona la estabilidad emocional del agente gelhaus. ---segun "jeff west-brook" el policia lo detuvo en una parada de transito, y en 2 ocasiones el agente empuÑo su rifle. ---el incidente ocurrio supuestamente hace un mes pero la oficina del alguacil no hizo comentarios al respecto mientras se realiza la investigacion a su empleado. blanca ---esta maÑana un carro envuelto en llamas causa el cierre del tunel "ca
hadn't been down here rallying for 32 weeks for nothing. >> reporter: michael moore called in the fbi to assist his office in the investigation and to get answers to several basic questions in the teen's january death. >> first, what was the cause of mr. johnson's death? second, was mr. johnson's death the result of a crime? third, if mr. johnson's death was the result of a crime, who committed that crime? >> reporter: kendrick's parents never believed the local sheriff's explanation kendrick suffocated after squeezing his 19-inch shoulders into the 14 1/2-inch rolled gym mat opening to reach his shoe in the middle of a school day. they spoke with wolf blitzer moments after the announcement. >> i believe indeed that he was murdered. >> do you have any idea who may have murdered him? >> no, i don't. that's what we want to get down to the truth. >> the only question we want to know is why are they covering up for whoever killed their son. >> reporter: questions to the sheriff's department has made the johnson's suspicion, including why these shoes found yards from kendrick's body were n
that will need to be done and i will turn that over to the fbi in just a second, but none the less, we have done security sweeps through the entire airport. we feel confident that this particular incident is tied to terminal three and terminal three only. and that's all we have right now. there's a tremendous amount of investigative work that will need to be accomplished. we have multiple victims that have been shot. and have been transported. and we've had some other injuries as well. in addition to the suspect himself. so, i don't have much more information than that. i don't want to give out information that may not be consistent later on, so i appreciate your cooperation and just getting this little bit of information out now. >> in terms of the injuries, can you tell us -- >> next, we're going to hear from lyndsie, and let folks know in terms of what is happening here with the airport, the traveling public, with the traffic around the airport. >> did you say it was the shooter an employee at any time? >> thank you, mr. mayor. i'd like to let everyone know that technically, lax is still acce
it. that may just be because the n.y.p.d. is twice the size of the fbi. there's no police department who has the manpower, 35,000 people to create this kind of unit. they have the political will to do it. kerry sanchez, the sky from the cia testified before congress, nascar the n.y.p.d. does counterterrorism. one of the things he said to congress, we believe you can no longer look at activities that would traditionally be protected by the first and fourth amendments. we no longer look at them as protected by the first amendment. we have to look at them through the lens has been potential precursors to terror with them. nobody stopped to say, wait a minute, the n.y.p.d. is in the constitution. congress said thank you. there is a fundamental shift in american policing that new yorkers have given them the political cover. pray kelley remains very popular. so they have the political cover to do it. >> host: we have been talking with matt apuzzo come closer prizewinner for investigative reporting. here is his book cowritten with adam >> hall -- a thank you for recovery knowledge. c-span2.
the number of times that it looks at this data, how often these queries in the data result in fbi investigations, for instance. and also to have the court that oversees all of this perhaps have a third party lawyer, someone from outside who can provide some advice that perhaps doesn't come from the government as a way to sort of balance the interests of privacy in these issues. now, all of this is looking at changes on the domestic part of this thing. what secretary kerry was talking about is sort of the international collection by the nsa. and that's not really going to change much under this bill. >> yeah, and i'll jump in there. dealing with criticism of course, the obama administration from overseas about spying on friends in particular the german chancellor angela merkel, when we're looking at the domestic angle, are they going to look at that, as well? >> well, michael, the white house has said they're taking a look. they're going to review all of these programs and to see what they need to do, whether or not what the nsa is doing is necessary versus what they're doing just
skills of the fbi may come to bear on this and this is only a good thing one can imagine. benjamin crump, our thoughts and prayerses to the family and thank you for taking the time. >> thank you for having me. gregg: all right. martha: boy, it is such a strange story. gregg: it is. martha: and to have the reason for death be suffocation in a gym mat seems very implausible. and you know these parents obviously deserve more answers than they have gotten so far. gregg: the u.s. attorney is very skilled and so are the fbi. they may get to the bottom of this. martha: let's hope. a sophisticated drug tunnel running along the u.s. border with mexico. we'll show you what investigators have now found 35 feet underthe ground. gregg: bill o'reilly says president obama's response to the obamacare rollout, is just further proof of a president who refuses to back down from his ideology. we'll debate it. >> he is a committed left-wing man, a person who believes the usa would be a far better place if only we would all listen to him. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the
miles away, in newark, new jersey, a boy had been found. >> the fbi contacted by parents and said, we think we found your son. my parents drive to new jersey. >> reporter: say this is our baby. we recognize him. >> yes. >> reporter: who abandoned the baby had dressed him up, wheeled him to a department store in a new stroller and walked away. somebody wheeled the stroller. puts you here. walks away. >> and never looks back. >> reporter: and never looks back. >> it's crazy. >> reporter: fronczaks claim the little boy is their own and took him home to chicago. but a year ago, a dna test showed he is not the fronczaks' biological child after all. >> i'll using his birth certificate. and i want to give it to him. and then, i want to find mine. >> reporter: last week, we returned to newark, new jersey, with paul fronczak. back to the very place where someone left him sitting in a stroller 48 years before. is it emotional for you to be here? >> it is. i feel eerie. i feel anxious. i feel excited. i feel sad. all of those things. >> reporter: paul fronczak, back on the new jersey street, a c
to talk, according to the fbi. paul ciancia was wounded in the face by plifs at the end -- police officers at the end of friday's gun battle at lax terminal 3. a note inside paul ciancia's bag gave insight into his graham of mind. >> he made a decision to kill multiple tas employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter stating he wanted to "ipp still fear into their traitorous minds." >> the federal bureau of investigation says paul ciancia shot gerardo i. hernandez at the screening checkpoint, went up the elevator, came down and shot gerardo i. hernandez again, killing hip. his widow spoke to reporters. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, son and friend. he would have been 40 next week. i am truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and will miss him dearly. >> the federal criminal complaints says paul ciancia used a smith and weeson assault rifle, carried five hay capacity magazines and wounded three police officers. >> the federal bureau of investigation will build a full profile of sooeps , and what -- paul ciancia, and what brought hill to this point. he was raised in this
meeting. later discussion of the hunt for a mole at the fbi. >>> on the next "washington journal". washington jownl is live every morning starting at 7:00 a.m. on chiropractic span. >>> a couple of live events to tell you about tomorrow morning. the senate homeland security committee exam the shooting at the washington navy yard at 10:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. at 10:15 the senate foreign relations committee look at the syria situation. >>> author and astrophysicist on mesh's call for scientist and engineers. >> as nasa's future goes so too does that of america. if nasa is healthy, then you don't need a program to convince people science and engineering is good to do. they'll see on the paper. they'll be called for engineers to help us go ice fishing where there's an ocean of water liquid for billions of years. we're going dig through the soil of mars and look for life. that would give me the best biologists. all the stem field. science technology, engineering, and math represented in the nasa port follow you. a healthy nasa pokes that. t a fly wheel that society caps for innovat
'll have a money laundering task force, you'll have the irs in there, the fbi, and the point is it really is the stuff that spills out of gambling. and by the way, in this colbert case, actually, they were using runners -- allegedly -- to place bets. so what that means is it may be legal to have legitimate individuals in good faith, doug burns, ashley webster walking in placing a bet, but we can't send multiple runners os spence my on -- ostensibly on behalf of ore gamers. ash alabama hopefully, doug, you'll come back and explain more. thank you. don't forget, stay tuned to "countdown to the closing bell" when liz claman asks the man himself, howard lutnick, about cantor sports betting operations today at 3 p.m. eastern. don't miss that. ♪ ♪ tracy: go from swipe to slip. apple losing market share, third quarter down to 29% compared with 40% same time last year. this is apple's lowest point to date. the slip is due to the push of ipad launches to the fall. now apple is certain to make up some ground with the all-important holiday season, so have no fear. and who doesn't love a mystery
weeks from now we'll see the trial of michael steinberg and i assume the fbi continues to try to turn witnesses against him. so i think you can't rule that out in the future, but i would probably not expect it at this point. >> the only reason i ask is because if you remember and you remember so well given -- now we're talking about a $1.8 billion settlement, 600 was already from a prior settlement, some people meant the whole thing was over. here we are they would argue we're sort of double dipping. it seems to me they're taking a second bite at the apple, why not take a third? >> right. i think that's certainly possible. the 600 from earlier this year is an interesting discussion. i think in the hedge 23u7bd cumulatikmu cumulative -- fund community, i think you would have expected this to be tied up. instead you have steve cohen fighting personal charges that he failed to supervise errant employees, which is the nature of a pending civil case against them. and i'm glad you brought it up, actually, because that won't go away with today's settlement. they'll still have to fight that n
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